Seth Rollins Offered To Join Major WWE Stable

Seth Rollins returned to Friday Night Smackdown a couple of weeks ago and it seems he wanted people to still follow his ‘vision.’ After all that failed, he targetted Cesaro and this will eventually lead to a feud between the two, that is no doubt to entertain fans.



Rollins recently vented his frustrations by writing a strongly worded letter to WWE management and uploaded it on Twitter.

TO: WWE Management
RE: Flagrant Disrespect and Egregious Conduct

To Whom It May Concern,

I am writing to you to formally express my sincere disappointment and anger in the dishonorable actions of the SmackDown locker room and treatment by this company with regards to my greatly anticipated return last Friday, February 12th.

At the behest of this very office, desperate for a true leader and star of my magnitude to help lead SmackDown to new heights, I agreed to return from my personal leave and sacrificed precious moments with my loved ones. I spent considerable time and energy planning this moment that should have been a triumph, an exaltation of a multi-time World champion. Instead, I was met with an embarrassing farce.

The disregard and disrespect shown by the SmackDown superstars for shunning my inspiring message must be addressed. While I intend to deal with these patronizing, ungrateful so-called Superstars in my own time, I expect the full force of this office to swiftly and forcefully reprimand those who refused to embrace my vision.

I await your response and best efforts to make amends for this incident.


Seth Rollins

To this, Retribution member T-Bar had an interesting reply. He proposed Rollins to send him a text message so that they can ”Shut It Down”

Hey Seth  @WWE Management forwarded your letter to me. Shoot me a DM when you can. We say Shut It Down, but that’s pretty close to Burn It Down anyway. TTYL.

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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